Tag Archives: Economy of the United States

We’re spent

By David Leonhard THERE is no shortage of explanations for the economy’s maddening inability to leave behind the Great Recession and start adding large numbers of jobs: The deficit is too big. The stimulus was flawed. China is overtaking us. … Continue reading

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The R-word

By Ted Rall The Associated Press’ Paul Wiseman had one of the snappier headlines last week: “The Economic Recovery Turns Two – Feel Better?” “After previous recessions, people in all income groups tended to benefit,” Wiseman wrote. “This time, ordinary … Continue reading

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